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Mystery Quilt #9?

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QDancer posted on Tue, Sep 3 2013 8:25 PM

Been informed that the Mystery Quilt #9 is set to go, but I cant find it on the site. Can someone direct me? Thanks!

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Here you go...

Groups - Mystery Quilt 9 - Tranquility

You will need to join the group.  It's a simple click of a button.


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thanks! headed over and joined the group.

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Is MQ9 the Union Solider book we just all got?  I have not really been following the boards very clearly as I have been trying to recover from a migraine.  Thanks.

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No, that's another group. The MQ9 is a workshop and it's a week by week mystery. The Union Soldier book is a sampler that will start October 1. We're trying to find fabrics for it now.

i hope you get to feeling better!

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Julienne:

Is MQ9 the Union Solider book we just all got?  I have not really been following the boards very clearly as I have been trying to recover from a migraine.  Thanks.

 

Julienne.  No the Union Soldier is a group all by itself. Blocks from the book are assigned by the group coordinator. That hasn't started yet. Right now we're all just getting our fabrics together.

MQ9 is a separate group. Nana has made a quilt design and will give us clues each week for cutting and assembling. To join the MQ9 gorup, click on groups in the tool bar. If you don't see the group in the list, scroll down to the link to QCA groups, click on that and scroll to the MQ9 group. Click on that.

Then you'll need to click on the Join button. I also click on the Subscribe button so notifications come to me via email.'

Hope this helps.

 

 


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Judy T-Bellingham:

 

Julienne.  No the Union Soldier is a group all by itself. Blocks from the book are assigned by the group coordinator. That hasn't started yet. Right now we're all just getting our fabrics together.

MQ9 is a separate group. Nana has made a quilt design and will give us clues each week for cutting and assembling. To join the MQ9 gorup, click on groups in the tool bar. If you don't see the group in the list, scroll down to the link to QCA groups, click on that and scroll to the MQ9 group. Click on that.

Then you'll need to click on the Join button. I also click on the Subscribe button so notifications come to me via email.'

Hope this helps.

 

 

Thanks Judy, I thought I was confused.  Not the first time LOL.

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